CLIA urge government to provide economic support as ships begin to turn away from Aussie shores
The cruise industry is again urging the Australian government to provide support, though, at this stage in the game we suggest they simply join the rest of us by screaming into the void instead.
“Sickening thud for Australia’s travel agent community”: Carnival cruise ship relocated to US
While most people move to Florida to retire, the Carnival Spirit is heading over there to get the party started, leaving Australians to wallow on land.
Carnival changes international sailings to domestic due to ongoing restrictions
Travellers who’ve been dreaming of an international cruise may have to trade coconuts in the Caribbean for Great Northerns on the Gold Coast.
Get your head around cruising’s tech revolution with CLIA’s new webinar series
Having trouble following all the latest fandangled cruise ship tech advancements? This e-learning series should bring you up to speed.
Carnival Cruise Line to feature new local beers on board Carnival Splendor
Given our editor’s love of beer, this news from Carnival was always going to warrant some coverage on Travel Weekly.
Life in the time of COVID-19 with Carnival Cruise Line’s Mark Richards
We learnt that Carnival Cruise Line’s national sales manager could well end up on the next season of The Block, such is his newfound skill in building fences.
Carnival Cruise Line elevates Mark Richards to national sales manager
Mark Richards has been hoisted into a newly created role with the cruise line. However, that’s not to suggest any ropes or pulleys were involved.
Carnival Cruise Line’s longstanding Aussie VP exits, replacement named
Carnival’s Jennifer Vandekreeke has hailed herself a water taxi and headed back to shore. We’re going to assume the fare was pretty expensive.
Almost 75pc of Carnival’s fleet to be operational by end of 2021
The world’s largest cruise company is gradually getting some meat back on its bones, but it won’t quite have that pre-pandemic girth by the end of the year.
Carnival Cruise Line to grow fleet, adding two ships from European sister lines
The cruise line is refusing to let travel ban extensions slow it down, announcing plans to grow its fleet by two more ships by 2023.
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